Nick Fulton

Music

Eartheater is making music for a post-apocalyptic future

The experimental artist on the origins of her new album 'Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin' and how the pandemic pause could revitalize music scenes everywhere.
Nick Fulton
9.30.20
Music

On Shabrang, Sevdaliza lets us explore her subconscious

The Iranian-Dutch avant-pop singer on her existential new album and the 'Habibi' music video, premiering today on i-D.
Nick Fulton
8.26.20
Music

On Everlasting, Loyal Lobos befriends her teenage self

The Colombian singer-songwriter’s debut album, executive produced by Teddy Geiger, translates sorrow into uplifting, feminist pop tunes.
Nick Fulton
8.4.20
Music

Meet Crack Cloud, the art collective operating at the center of Vancouver’s opioid crisis

Their debut album 'Pain Olympics' is full of catchy punk anthems that explore living in a post-truth society and how to build a brighter future.
Nick Fulton
7.15.20
Music

On Mordechai, Khruangbin reimagine its groovy psych-rock

The Texas trio discuss their highly anticipated third album, adding bold new vocals and how bassist Laura Lee became an alt-rock style icon.
Nick Fulton
6.24.20
Music

How collaborating virtually is helping musicians deal with self-isolation

From Sega Bodega to Eartheater, some of i-D’s favourite artists share how the current pandemic has impacted their mental health.
Nick Fulton
4.21.20
Music

Lido Pimienta’s Miss Colombia is a cynical love letter to her homeland

The Toronto-based artist tells i-D about her third album, loaded with spicy, contemporary Latin pop tunes.
Nick Fulton
4.17.20
Music

Jasmine Infiniti makes deliciously dark, apocalyptic rave music

New York’s Queen of Hell on 'BXTCH SLÄP', her debut album full of throbbing techno and demonic ballroom beats.
Nick Fulton
4.2.20
Music

These artists and venues are getting creative to keep the music scene alive

The doors to our favorite clubs may have closed IRL, but the music scene is here for us during self-isolation and has never been more online.
Nick Fulton
3.25.20
Music

Magdalena Bay's uplifting pop is what we need right now

The LA-based duo on how Grimes inspired their catchy bops and the release of their debut EP 'A Little Rhythm and a Wicked Feeling'.
Nick Fulton
3.16.20
Music

OXZ were the first Japanese punk band to take on the patriarchy

Mika, Hikko and Emiko on confronting their country's conservative values and paving the way for women punk rockers in the 80s.
Nick Fulton
3.11.20
Music

LEYA is the ambient DIY duo making transcendental punk music

From collaborating with Eartheater to scoring Brooke Candy's porn film, LEYA are breaking the mold and shaking up the Brooklyn music scene.
Nick Fulton
2.18.20
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